Toyota Motor said all new vehicle sales in Western Europe are going to be zero-emission models by 2035. The statement comes as the world’s biggest
Toyota Motor said on Saturday it will partner with four Japanese automakers to find out the viability of alternative green fuels for internal combustion engine
Toyota said on Thursday that the large parts of the world are not ready for zero-emission vehicles, which is why the automaker has not signed
Japanese automakers Honda, Nissan, and Toyota saw their sales decline again in China in October as chip shortage continues to hit production in the country.
Toyota Motor’s North American unit said Monday it will invest about $3.4 billion (380 billion yen) on U.S. automotive battery development and production in the United
Toyota Motor will reduce auto production in November by 15% from its recent output plan, or around 150,000 vehicles, due to the ongoing shortage of
Nippon Steel has filed patent infringement lawsuits against Toyota Motor and Baoshan Iron & Steel with a Tokyo district court, Nippon Steel said on Thursday. The
Japanese automakers Honda, Nissan, and Toyota experienced a decline in sales in China in September as a chip shortage affect vehicle production in the country.
Toyota Motor and Mazda Motor’s joint venture factory in the United States will hire 1,700 additional workers as it increases production, the automakers said on
Toyota Motor said on Tuesday that it expects to invest more than $13.5 billion by 2030 for developing batteries and its battery supply system. Toyota,
Toyota Motor said on Monday it would restart operations of its self-driving e-Palette pods at the Tokyo Paralympic Games village with more operator control and
Toyota Motor said on Thursday that it expects to see a decline in production of 60,000 to 90,000 vehicles in North America in August, due
Toyota Motor has suspended vehicle production at three of its manufacturing plants in Thailand over a parts shortage, the automaker said on Thursday. Toyota Motors
Toyota Motor’s research arm said on Thursday it acquired U.S.-based Carmera, which is specialized at providing maps and data for driverless vehicles. The purchase, through
Toyota Motor’s political action committee will stop donations to U.S. members of Congress who had voted against US President Joe Biden’s election certification in January,